Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘ThyssenKrupp’

The DJIA can collapse on the background of the controversial closing of trades in Europe

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average is falling on the background of recent statistics, the U.S. and mixed dynamics in the stock markets of the Old World. The DJIA approached the mark of 9,868.31 points. Loss from the beginning of trading amounted to about 0.02%, but the bearish trend for the Dow index continues. And now the latest news from Europe: Germany’s main stock indicators, in the course of trade fluctuated around the zero mark, completed the session in a small black. The results of the auction to provide a three-month ECB loans to European banks showed investors a relatively favorable.

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Dow Jones Industrial is approaching record high

Monday, June 21st, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average looks to the stock markets in Europe and began to grow steadily. The resistance to bear attacks on the Dow Jones took place in early trading today. At the time Dow index close to the level of 10,538.69 points +88.05. Today’s session at the leading European markets is strong growth in stock indices. Amid rising prices for metals are the best performing stocks of mining and metallurgical companies. Noticeably better than the market traded as securities automakers. FTSE 100 rose 1.05%, German DAX 30 – on 1,25%, French CAC 40 – at 1.52%.

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Defaulted Hungary crippled German market

Saturday, June 5th, 2010

On Friday, June 4, the major stock indicators in Germany showed a negative trend, falling investor pessimism about not too favorable labor market data the U.S.. In addition, another European country showed signs of pre-crisis state. Thus, the official representative of Hungary said that the economic situation in the country raises serious concerns, and to avoid a crisis similar to the Greek, it is unlikely to succeed.

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